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Tuesday 7 March 2023
Enterprise SSD prices continue fall in 1Q23, says TrendForce
Enterprise SSD prices are poised to continue their downward trend in the first quarter after falling 25% in the fourth quarter of 2022, according to TrendForce.
Monday 6 March 2023
Top 3 memory vendors account for three-fourths of leading-edge wafer capacity
According to Knometa Research, Samsung Electronics, Micron Technology, and SK Hynix held 76% of the leading-edge capacity at the end of 2022, with the majority of it going toward...
Friday 3 March 2023
Global DRAM revenue falls over 30% in 4Q22, says TrendForce
Revenue of the global DRAM memory market declined 32.5% sequentially to US$12.28 billion in the fourth quarter of 2022, according to TrendForce. The decline compares to a decrease...
Friday 3 March 2023
Semiconductor market in decline despite record 2022
The semiconductor market ascended to an all-time high in 2022, with total revenue reaching US$595.7 billion, just surpassing the previous year's record revenue of US$592.8 billion...
Tuesday 21 February 2023
Memory firms brace for workforce reductions
A number of memory chipmakers and solution suppliers are reorganizing their teams and reallocating resources, with plans to scale down their workforces, according to industry sourc...
Monday 20 February 2023
Micron to complete 10% job cuts by end-February
Micron Technology is expected to complete its planned 10% global job cuts by the end of February. At its DRAM production site in Taiwan, the memory chip vendor is laying off some...
Wednesday 8 February 2023
When will the DRAM industry see spring swallows re-appear?
After plunging over 40% in 2022,
DRAM prices are likely to further drop 30-40% in 2023
given the relatively unclear prospects for mainstream applications in handsets...
Monday 6 February 2023
Nanya posts decreased January revenue
DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology has reported revenue fell 66.8% on year and 6.2% sequentially to NT$2.25 billion (US$75.1 million) in January 2023.
Friday 3 February 2023
Memory chip inventories continue to swell
Memory chipmakers including major ones have come under intense inventory pressure, prompting suppliers engaged in the industry supply chain to be cautious about shipment pull-ins...
Thursday 2 February 2023
DRAM spot prices continue to slide
DRAM spot prices have continued their downward trend in January 2023, as buyers from end markets remain cautious about procurement and order pull-ins, according to industry sources...
Thursday 26 January 2023
Japan chip development policy highlights security and revitalization
The Japanese government has set its semiconductor development policy based on two major principles - security and revitalization, shifting from relying entirely on domestic companies...
Tuesday 10 January 2023
PTI posts about flat revenue growth in 2022
Memory and logic IC backend specialist Powertech Technology (PTI) Group has reported revenue still edged up 0.16% on year to NT$83.93 billion (US$2.75 billion) in 2022, despite lackluster...
Wednesday 28 December 2022
Memory makers eyeing mounting DDR5 penetration for PCs, servers in 2023
As part of their efforts to bolster revenues and profits amid prolonged market downturns, major memory makers Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix and Micron Technology are all set to step...
Tuesday 27 December 2022
Enterprise storage demand to pick up as early as 2Q23
Enterprise SSD and other storage device demand is expected to pick up as early as the second quarter of 2023, according to industry sources.
Monday 26 December 2022
Micron to continue to strive in global memory industry
Governments, including the US, Japan, Korea, and the European Union, are duplicating the China government's policy to hand out handsome subsidies to build up their respective semiconductor...
Thursday 25 January 2018
Micron 5200 SATA SSD
Micron Technology has launched the Micron 5200 series of SATA solid state drives (SSD). Built on Micron's new 64-layer 3D NAND technology, the Micron 5200 series of SSDs offers a SATA platform for virtualized workloads. The Micron 5200 series is engineered to deliver an enterprise storage solution to replace existing hard drives and legacy SSDs. Micron 5200 SSDs deliver better total cost of ownership and improve data center efficiency through server and storage platform consolidation, reducing IT costs and simplifying infrastructure and maintenance, Micron said. Micron 5200 SSDs are available now for OEM qualification and for purchase through distributors, such as ASI, Avnet, CDW, Ingram, Microland, WPG-Americas, Synnex and others.
Tuesday 14 November 2017
Micron 32GB NVDIMM-N
Micron Technology's new 32GB NVDIMM-N offers twice the capacity of existing NVDIMMs, providing system designers with new flexibility to work with larger data sets in fast persistent memory. According to the vendor, the solution is designed to support the increasing performance, energy efficiency and uptime requirements of data analytics and online transaction processing applications. Compared to server configurations using traditional far storage, deploying NVDIMMs can deliver up to 400% performance benefits, Micron claimed.The new innovation in persistent memory offers a solution for near-memory data analysis and addresses rising bandwidth demands of data-rich applications in markets such as finance, medicine, retail, and oil and gas exploration. VMware and Dell are collaborating with Micron to increase the performance for virtualized applications. With virtual persistent memory, customers can now run multiple operating systems in a virtualized environment while reducing overall network traffic.
Tuesday 7 April 2015
3D NAND die with M.2 SSD
Intel and Micron have jointly announced the availability of their 3D NAND technology. This new 3D NAND technology, jointly developed by the companies, stacks layers of data storage cells vertically to create storage devices with three times higher capacity than competing NAND technologies, according to the companies. Intel and Micron chose to use a floating gate cell. This is the first use of a floating gate cell in 3D NAND, which was a key design choice to enable greater performance and increase quality and reliability. The new 3D NAND technology stacks flash cells vertically in 32 layers to achieve 256Gb multilevel cell (MLC) and 384Gb triple-level cell (TLC) die that fit within a standard package. These capacities can enable gum stick-sized SSDs with more than 3.5TB of storage and standard 2.5-inch SSDs with greater than 10TB. Because capacity is achieved by stacking cells vertically, the individual cell dimensions can be considerably larger, the companies indicated. The 256Gb MLC version of 3D NAND is sampling with select partners, and the 384Gb TLC design will be sampling later in spring 2015. The fab production line has already begun initial runs, and both devices will be in full production by the fourth quarter of 2015.
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Samsung to ramp up wafer production 10% in 2023
Tuesday 26 December 2023
Mar 16, 09:22
NeoGene unlocks direct-to-silicon liquid cooling technology by novel IC package approach
Thursday 9 March 2023
Fibocom collaborates with MediaTek to pioneer FWA market with fast-to-deploy 5G solution based on FG370 module at MWC 2023
Tuesday 7 March 2023
Fibocom to launch leading-edge 5G Sub-6GHz and mmWave module Fx190/Fx180 series based on Snapdragon X75 and X72 5G modem-RF system at MWC 2023
Tuesday 14 February 2023
Wishing-Soft expands into global market through ESH competencies
IC Design White Paper (4): China has become the largest source of chip design talents
TSMC sees Nvidia step up pace of orders
US to restrict TSMC, Samsung's investment in China; China reportedly to fend off by picking national chip champions
Taiwan foundries see surge in orders transferred from China
China unveils indigenous chiplet interface to reach self-reliance amid US containment
India's Vedanta to make 28-65nm semiconductor chips for local demand
Taiwan OSATs quietly ramp up support for Chinese customers
Who's in control of SMIC technology advances?
TSMC 7nm process capacity utilization falling rapidly
More ban on semiconductor equipment to China accelerating tech decoupling
China vendors see smartphone shipments down on year in 4Q22 and 1Q23, says DIGITIMES Research
IC design may serve as key for Malaysia to further enhance local semiconductor competitiveness, says DIGITIMES Research
Taiwan wafer foundry experiences first sequential revenue decline since start of COVID-19 in 4Q22, says DIGITIMES Research
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